[chirp_users] TYT DMR Radios
kp4djt at gmail.com
Thu Jan 4 16:20:19 PST 2018
For those of you wanting an alternative to the TYT software, I have been
testing Dale's work out, it does very very well. Yesterday i found my self
an improperly programmed DMR channel, I opened up my laptop (linux) and
fired up editcp, went in and changed the TX frequency for the system in
and that was it. I can read and write code plugs from the radio quite fast,
to be faster than the TYT software, also you can in the software drag and
channels zones etc to different parts, or you can open to sessions and use
and drop to build a new code plug.
Again here is the URL:
Now I have a nice accompaniment to Chirp that handles the DMR radio.
One thing, it will show a lot of errors, these are actually in the code
ignore them and press on.
There is a version also for Windows, for those that want that solution.
On Mon, Jan 1, 2018 at 8:57 PM, Tom Morris <blueneon at gmail.com> wrote:
> I saw someone mention working with the..... wonderful.... TYT software in
> this thread. Before you growl at it any more, check this out
> Works 100% in WINE. Only issue I've ever had with it is that some elements
> of the interface seem to get mouseover and click confused (you'll see what
> I mean after a moment if it affects your setup, no functionality is
> impaired by this however)
> I use this to edit the codeplug and send it onto the radio with the
> md380-tools utility
> On Jan 1, 2018 6:52 PM, "Tom Morris" <blueneon at gmail.com> wrote:
>> The TYT cable is just a straight through cable.
>> CHIRP would need a lot of functionality added to support dmr.
>> First, the radio is like a "model 3" Motorola in that you need a
>> zone/channel assignment. You'd need to implement this to use analog only.
>> Then, to do dmr, you need timeslot, color code, and contacts.
>> For each channel it will need an individual or group contact set, as well
>> as an optional RX group list. You'll need to have the ability to edit the
>> contacts and group lists.
>> Not by any means saying it's impossible but it would be a big chunk of
>> architecture to add to a package that only implements analog for the time
>> On Jan 1, 2018 5:48 PM, "David Ranch" <chirp at trinnet.net> wrote:
>> Per http://www.linux-usb.org/usb.ids , this seems like 0483:df11 is:
>> 0483 STMicroelectronics
>> df11 STM Device in DFU Mode
>> That's NOT a serial port.
>> On 01/01/2018 04:59 PM, Chuck Hast wrote:
>> The TYT dongle is not a serial device, here is the syslog dump I get when
>> plug the TYT dongle with radio connected.
>> Jan 1 18:55:42 kp4djt-t420 kernel: [ 535.369938] usb 1-1.1: new
>> full-speed USB device number 9 using ehci-pci
>> Jan 1 18:55:42 kp4djt-t420 kernel: [ 535.469746] usb 1-1.1: New USB
>> device found, idVendor=0483, idProduct=df11
>> Jan 1 18:55:42 kp4djt-t420 kernel: [ 535.469756] usb 1-1.1: New USB
>> device strings: Mfr=1, Product=2, SerialNumber=3
>> Jan 1 18:55:42 kp4djt-t420 kernel: [ 535.469762] usb 1-1.1: Product:
>> Patched MD380
>> Jan 1 18:55:42 kp4djt-t420 kernel: [ 535.469767] usb 1-1.1:
>> Manufacturer: @00000008 : ffffffff
>> Jan 1 18:55:42 kp4djt-t420 kernel: [ 535.469771] usb 1-1.1:
>> SerialNumber: 00000000010C
>> Jan 1 18:55:42 kp4djt-t420 mtp-probe: checking bus 1, device 9:
>> Jan 1 18:55:42 kp4djt-t420 mtp-probe: bus: 1, device: 9 was not an MTP
>> The DMRTOOLS talk to it just fine, now to figure out how to get it to
>> talk to the
>> radio from wine. Also the device does not appear in /dev unlike serial
>> On Mon, Jan 1, 2018 at 1:08 PM, Nigel Johnson <nw.johnson at ieee.org>
>>> If you are having trouble getting USB serial working in wine under
>>> linux, try this post:
>>> I do a lot of micro controller programming and debugging using serial
>>> interfaces and I have used it to get several different things working
>>> 73 de NIgel ve3id
>>> On 01/01/18 13:39, Chuck Hast wrote:
>>> Yes, we all use DMRTools on the MD-380 and similar, but still have to
>>> fall back
>>> on the stinking TYT software to actually generate the code plug, sure
>>> like to be able to use one piece of software to do it. The TYT software
>>> under wine but it cannot see the dongle as wine does not appear to be
>>> to handle USB devices so you have to make it a two step process as far
>>> as I
>>> can see.
>>> Yes we will need to find someone who can take on the Chirp work, as it
>>> is more
>>> than just a bit trivial to add the DMR stuff, but maybe someone will
>>> There are a lot of MD-380 people out there who would like to be able to
>>> Chirp for the radio maybe one is a coder and will step forward.
>>> On Mon, Jan 1, 2018 at 11:57 AM, Silverfox <alan.r.hill at gmail.com>
>>>> Why do you need it. There is already excellent freeware software that
>>>> allows you to program them.
>>>> Happy New Year. 73's
>>>> Alan - W6ARH
>>>> -----Original Message-----
>>>> From: chirp_users-bounces at intrepid.danplanet.com
>>>> [mailto:chirp_users-bounces at intrepid.danplanet.com] On Behalf Of Neil
>>>> Sent: Monday, January 1, 2018 2:00 AM
>>>> To: chirp_users at intrepid.danplanet.com
>>>> Subject: [chirp_users] TYT DMR Radios
>>>> Good morning and happy new year all,
>>>> I was wondering if there were any plans to add functionality to chirp to
>>>> support the TYT DMR radios, such as their MD-2017 (...so last year) or
>>>> MD-380 for example?
>>>> That's all for now, 73
>>>> Neil (M6LPI)
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